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Vingtaine de la Moye

La Moye primary school

Vingtaine de la Moye (Jèrriais: "La Vîngtaine d'la Mouaie") is one of the four vingtaines of the Parish of St. Brélade in Jersey in the Channel Islands.

Together with the Vingtaine des Quennevais it forms part of "St. Brélade No. 2 district" and elects two Deputies.

Jersey's Prison is situated at La Moye. Also within the boundaries of the vingtaine are:

  • La Corbière
  • St Brelade's Church and the Fisherman's Chapel at the western end of St Brelade's Bay
  • La Pulente at the southern end of St Ouen's Bay
  • a number of megalithic sites, including the dolmen at La Sergenté and La Table des Marthes
  • the desalination plant
  • La Lande du Ouest, a Site of Special Interest[1]
  • La Moye School

References

  1. ^ http://www.gov.je/PlanningEnvironment/Environment/Countryside/The+natural+environment/Visit+the+Sites/La+Lande+du+Ouest+(Gorselands)+SSI.htm


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